Dubai: Qatar’s Emir Sheikh Tamim Bin Hamad met on Thursday with Saudi Arabia’s Minister of State Prince Turki Bin Mohammed Bin Fahd, who is also a member of the Cabinet, in his office at the Sea Palace, Qatar.
During the meeting, issues of common interest were reviewed, the Saudi Press Agency reported.
Both sides also discussed ways of enhancing and developing bilateral relations in various fields.
The meeting was attended by Qatar’s Deputy Prime Minister and Foreign Minister Sheikh Muhammad Bin Abdulrahman and head of the Emiri Diwan Sheikh Saud Bin Abdulrahman.
Earlier last week, Emir of Qatar received an invitation from Saudi King Salman bin Abdulaziz to visit the Kingdom, in the latest sign of improved relations between the two countries.
Sheikh Tamim received the invitation from Saudi Foreign Minister Faisal bin Farhan during a reception in Doha. Bin Farhan conveyed greetings from King Salman and Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman.
They discussed bilateral relations and ways to strengthen them in all spheres to serve their ambitions in the best interests for their nations and peoples. They also exchanged views on the latest regional and international developments as well as on a number of issues of common interest.
Sheikh Tamim’s visit will be the second after his visit in January to attend the GCC Summit that resulted in signing the AlUla Declaration at the conclusion of the summit, ending the dispute with Qatar and calling for unity and strengthening relations.